“We don’t stop living because we grow old; we grow old because we stop living
Do you wake up feeling like a truck hit you every morning? Be open with others, set yourself free by sharing a few of your life experiences, dreams, frustrations, fears, triumphs, goals, and resource.
Before you attempt any task, try to figure out how to finish your tasks to plan is to succeed
Able-bodied or disabled, performing daily tasks generally help people with functional disabilities leading more independent lives. Take a moment to think how you’re blessed, fortunate, and lucky that we yet lived to see another day.
Having a disability doesn’t mean health and fitness isn’t important to you; on the contrary, a focus on these two key factors will help you ensure the greatest level of independence and quality of life.
So you’re in a disability mobility chair? NO EXCUSE
The sit down relaxing exercises below help with back movements and firming your spine
1. Come halfway forward Virtual Magician Hire on your chair Shoulders back chin slightly parallel to the floor, and lift the head up Inhale, roll the shoulders forward, up, back, and down Align the knees directly above the ankles, place the palms of the hands on the knees
Hold your breath for a little while exhale and relax
2. The Twist: inhale, then while exhaling place the left hand on the right knee, twist around to the right and place your right hand on the chair close to your buttock. Inhale and exhale 3times Repeat to the other side.
3. Meditate: Sit with an upright spine for two minutes, focusing the mind’s attention on breathing as it flows in and out.
Count me among those with arthritis; it affects the musculoskeletal system and the joints specifically. Older people most often have osteoarthritis, or rheumatoid arthritis,
“You can’t choose whether you’ll get arthritis, but you can take steps to minimize its impact on your life. Causes of pain include physical problems weakness or tense muscles, stress, depression and fatigue, and exercise is one effective way to break this cycle.
Arthritis can affect the whole body and damage virtually any organ or system: heart, lungs, kidneys, blood vessels, and skin. It cost millions of people their health, physical abilities and, in many cases, independence.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an immune system disease; the immune system keeps out or destroys bacteria or viruses. The object of the attack is the lining of the joints. This continues to damage joints more over time. The damage done can become very severe.
Smokers with knee arthritis suffer quicker joint loss than non-smokers with the condition. smokers had more pain and were more than twice as likely to show significant cartilage loss in the joint.
Identify the warning signs: swelling in one or more joints; early morning stiffness; recurring pain and/or tenderness in one or more joints; inability to move a joint normally; redness, warmth in a joint; unexplained weight loss, fever, weakness, combined with joint pain, and symptoms that last more than two weeks.”
“You should inform your doctor of all medications and dosage and determine the need for each one, using each as prescribed and reporting the effects.” Also, go to bed at the same time every night and get up at the same time every day, even on weekends. “Avoid caffeine, including chocolate, for four hours before bedtime and avoid alcohol near bed time.
Most of all, if you have a sleep disorder, like sleep apnea, treatment can make a real impact on your pain.”
As for any difficult emotion such as depression,” Understanding the tie between pain and mood will help with difficult emotions,” Keep active when you have pain; tell friends and family you’re in pain. A request for help isn’t being dependent; it’s a direct, and honest. Remember, pain is related closely to stress and depression. Reducing them will ease pain.”